Lucy Gooch - Rain’s Break EP
This is a very special release indeed, thrilled that we got to be a little bit involved.
+ Dinked Edition 113Inspired by the early technicolour films of Powell and Pressburger, Lucy uses synthesisers and vocal layering to concentrate elements of each film’s score and narrative into songs which move through different moods of yearning and renewal.
+ Red/Black splatter vinyl
+ Signed, hand numbered illustration (1 of 4 different editions, randomly inserted)
+ ‘Rain’s Break’ video storyboard insert
+ postcard with download code
+ Limited pressing of 400
+ One per customer
So, it is amidst 1940’s austerity that these films were an escape, an over-rich backdrop of possibilities. A snatched piece of dialogue, the film’s score, the crackle of uncertainty all succumbs to the layered ambience of Lucy’s music as she traces moods of yearning and renewal on ‘Rain’s Break’ EP.
Originally from Norfolk, Lucy studied Fine Art and later moved to Bristol to join the emerging ambient scene there - gradually developing her writing and finally releasing her debut ‘Rushing’ EP in early 2020. Over the past year, she’s dipped into a wealth of long gone celluloid as the basis for a filmic journey, a five song EP that relives formative movies in her unique take on ecclesiastical pop.
This is music that takes you places, shifts focus, paints large canvases.
1 Rain's Break
2 It Brings Me Back to You
3 Chained to a Woman
5 Ash and Orange
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